Aberdare Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||5189 yards|
|White M: 66.2/111||429||501||417||238||323||504||115||324||152||3003||390||300||183||374||134||406||480||164||441||2872||5875|
|Red W: 67.1/113||374||433||336||220||294||390||104||320||136||2607||295||149||149||360||122||392||412||135||416||2430||5037|
VERY LONG WIDE FAIRWAYS
played here once before and enjoyed, played 12th march just after the snow and lots of rain, there was water on the course and some greens but it's only to be expected after the weather we've been having, a very enjoyable course to play on and look forward to playing there again.
lots of long wide fairways and a couple of tricky par three's.
over all i would recommend this course
Mixture of good and bad
Good variety of holes, very friendly staff and members, lovely setting. But....very hard to walk, every hole up and down, greens were far too long, made putting a chore rather than a challenge, poorly signposted so got lost between holes a few times, very long walk between some holes as well, lots of crossovers with scant regards for posted etiquette (thus waiting for people to putt out on one hole whilst wanting to drive another on numerous occasions), not cheap for the area for the overall experience, and generally a hard slog to get around - so despite the friendliness, I won't be returning, I'm afraid.
good variety of holes
We found the course in good condition. Not the flatest of courses but still a comfortable walk for a senior citizen. I found the course easier to play on the second visit but this is the case at lots of venues.
Confusing layout, awful greens
1st time I've played there and wouldn't rush back, wasn't much difference between the fairways and the greens. I've played most of the courses within a 20 mile radius and unfortunately this ranks the lowest